• Mama Kezia drwaing water at a nearby Nyakashebeya tap
  • Kigezi Diocese Water and Sanitation Programme
  • Kigezi Diocese Water and Sanitation Programme
  • Bishop George leads the DOK team to help Diocese of Rwenzori start a water and Sanitation programme
  • Kigezi Diocese Water and Sanitation Programme

Who we are

Kigezi Diocese Water and Sanitation Programme (KDWSP) is a Faith Based Organization aimed at meeting the needs of the rural poor and water stressed communities in Diocese of Kigezi, which shares the same boundaries as Kabale District.

This is a unit under the Department of Planning and Development of Diocese of Kigezi. Since its inception in 1986, it has evolved and grown from grace to grace in providing safe clean water to rural communities of Kigezi.

When in full operation, KDWSP employs over 45 staff members with an average budget of $850,000 serving all people irrespective of social status, religious and political affiliations. KDWSP works with different development partners to ensure sustainable safe water supply and holistic community transformation through Construction, Capacity Development, Health Education , Advocacy and...

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What we do

KDWSP continues to provide safe clean water to the rural poor for both human and animals' consumption and production. This is achieved through water development initiatives and diverse technologies developed to suit communities and households in valley bottoms and hilltops.

This is accomplished through construction of Gravity Flow Schemes, Protection of springs, Rain Water Tanks and Rain Water Jars

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Nyanja Gravity flow scheme

Nyanja Gravity Flow Scheme is fed from 2 well protected sources with a total yield of 1.2 liters per…

Kacerere Gravity flow scheme

KDWSP will also commission Kacerere GFS, which is also fed from two well protected sources with 57 tap stands, 24.2 …

Mbazibwa Julius

Lives on top of the hill and he fetches water from Rutengye tap stand. However he has managed to set up 3 nursery be…

Barikurungi Topista's Story

Barikurungi Topista is 32 years. The husband died of HIV/AIDS five years ago and left her with four children. The fi…